anyone that knows me well will know i have a fascination with abandoned places, buildings, cities, parks, anything really. i find them incredibly beautiful, the fact that they used to be alive with the constant bustle of people and then for some reason, sometimes obvious, sometimes not so obvious, the people left, taking time with them, leaving these places to stand still forever.
jason shulman has created a haunting new series of images, at first glimpse they just look like blurs of colour, these strange images are actually
click play, watch, be amazed and the read on
today instagram have got the internet in all sorts of chaos, they unleashed a new logo and app design on the world and the internet is firmly split into love it or hate it categories.
especially if you have 6500 euros lying around or are the biggest inception fan! i mean come on this thing is awesome, inspired by the film and constructed from 3D printed materials, wood and steel, it’s an absolute bargain for a limited edition piece, and that includes shipping… from cyprus.
stumbling around behance recently, i came across a 25 year old graphic designer from germany who instantly made me want to pick up my pad and pencils and start drawing, and then throw them into a fire due to my inadequacies, this guy is redefining the art of hand lettering. his detail and precision is outstanding, just check these out.
recently ive seen a couple of these images crop up at various places on the internets and thought they where brilliant. created by a collective who go by the name dorothy, they describe themselves as a group of like minded individuals working on unlike minded ideas.
they’ve created a series of paintings of famous logos but removed the type to leave just iconic graphic forms. its interesting to note how much a logo is implanted in our brain that we can still read the logo without there being any text. check out these, we’ll start with one that’s very dear to me
if your lucky enough to be in brisbane, australia in the near future, make sure you stop by the museum of modern art for a visual treat, this is brilliant.